A Moyston Willaura club goal umpire will face an AFL Western District independent tribunal on Wednesday night after being charged with striking.
Barcley Vincent was reported for striking Hawkesdale Macarthur 16.5s player Fletcher Cozens during half-time of Saturday's Mininera and District Football League final round match.
Field umpires Simon Poynton and Shane Hanson referred Vincent to the tribunal after seeing the incident.
The Eagles led by five points at the main break and went on to win the encounter 6.4 (40) to 2.6 (18).
Meanwhile, Lismore-Derrinallum full-forward Riley Browne will also front the tribunal on the same night.
The Demon goal-kicker was charged with striking Penshurst's Jason McIntosh during the second quarter of their Mininera and District Football League encounter.
Browne, who has kicked 46 goals from his 12 senior games this season, was offered a set two-match penalty but the club opted to go to the tribunal.
Lismore-Derrinallum's senior side is set to play Great Western in Saturday's qualifying final.
Camperdown's Lachlan Bone will miss the Magpies' final game of the year and the opening game of the 2020 after accepting a two-match set penalty for intentionally striking.
Bone hit Portland's Daniel Falcon in the third quarter of Saturday's 36-point defeat to the Tigers.
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